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Description: Minor Canons' Row
Date Listed: 24 October 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 173135
OS Grid Reference: TQ7423568444
OS Grid Coordinates: 574235, 168444
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3883, 0.5027
ROCHESTER THE PRECINCT
TQ 7468 SW
9/202 Nos 1-7 Minor
Row of houses built for the minor canons of Rochester Cathedral.
1736. Brick, with Kent tile hipped roofs. Each house with
entrance and stair to left, under double valley roofs, with one
large stack to alternate ridges. 3 storeys and basement with
area. Each house with a 3-window front; parapet with dentilled
cornice; plat band between floor. 12-pane hornless sash windows
with exposed frames under rubbed brick flat arches throughout.
Doorways (approached by steps) with simple moulded surround,
canopy, panelled door and rectangular overlight. Rear: 2nd
floor: 2-light casement windows with transom and glazing bars;
1st floor: 12-pane sashes under depressed window arches. Some
Listing NGR: TQ7422068455
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Source: English Heritage
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